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Pamphlets.. a collection of poetry about the war, carrying memoirs of a homeland


Lattakia-SANA In the form of the free or active poem, the poet Mustafa Al-Helou wrote the texts of the poetry collection (pamphlets

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In the form of the free or active poem, the poet Mustafa Al-Helou organized the texts of the poetry group (Kararis), which carried the concerns of society, the country, and the human being.

In his texts, the poet worked to embody the state of the homeland during the years of the first terrorist war on Syria, from 2011 to 2015, in a subjective impression of what was happening, depicted by eye and word.

The sweet poet says: He “tried to use a tangible poetic language, following the system of photo-poetry or cinematic poetry from a sensory point of view,” referring to his adoption of the old realistic doctrine, which means monitoring and photographing the problem and putting the recipient in its context without participating in its solutions.

The collection, which the poet wanted to be a personal diary, includes the diary of a citizen living inside a homeland, and in return the diary of a homeland that lives in the heart of a citizen, so that the notebook becomes a double diary, which could belong in one way or another to what is called war literature.

The Court issued by the New Dilmun House is located in 118 pages of intermediate pieces, and deals with 41 poems written in the language of modern poetry.

It is noteworthy that the collection is the first work of the sweet poet, who holds a degree in Arabic and publishes in local and Arab periodicals.

Bilal Ahmad

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